This infamous 1950's tobbaco industry film TOBACCOLAND ON PARADE attempts to show why the tobacco industry is good for everybody in the United States of America! It makes sports more fun, it shows how important to commerce smoking is, it shows how tobacco is processed. Back to the slave days. Great fun in the light of what we know about the industry today. Guest appearances by Arthur Godfrey, Bob Hope, Perry Como and Parker Fenelly.
At mark 01:16, the America people are shown active in different forms of relaxation, holidays and leisure times. At mark 3:00, there are some kids who came to a supermarket to buy some food stuffs. They got themselves some ice cream at mark 6:00 and some grilled chickens. At mark 0:20, the man who owns the supermarket starts the tobaccoland story. At mark 8:28, there is a tobacco plantation. The processing house is located in USA as seen at mark 8:50 where dried tobacco are been made. Here, the machines process the tobacco and after all this you have the world best tobacco. At mark 09:43, there are some girl partners who help in the tobacco production. At mark 9:53, an automatic cigarette making machines is seen which cuts the tobacco into cigarette forms as seen at mark 10:05. At mark 10:10, the tobacco iis completed and is been packaged in barrels and transported to warehouses. At mark 10:50, there is a shop for processing tobacco. Here, some kids can be seen beating the tobacco leaves into finer sizes. This was owned by Washington. He ships the tobacco out just make sure he meet his supply every week as seen at mark 11:15. At mark 11:25, a research laboratory is seen. Here experiments are made on the tobacco cigarettes and they are trying to deliver scientific evidence for smoking cigarette. At mark 12:15, a company named Arthur D. Little Inc. is seen. Here folks that work in little firm are their taste experts, also men and women who makes it there. At mark 12:50, the men and women are been served with the cigarette and they write their reports down on papers. They noticed that chesterfield tobacco was the only cigarette they find no unpleasant taste in the after taste. Even in tobacco land USA there are really indispensable pods as seen at mark 13:12, here there is a farmer who owns a tobacco plantation. At mark 13:339, he is seen planting new tobacco plants on his tilled plot of land. Take care of your tobacco so it can take care of you. At mark 14:12, here the town can be seen also the department of agriculture. At mark 14:38, the farmer gets his haircut done here after his work time on his farm. Here they talk on tobacco land commodities. At mark 15:38, the tobacco farmer takes his day off to rest and watch horse racing. At mark 15:55, some papers on tobacco land are seen. At mark 15:57, the tobacco land is seen; here the workers are always busy. It takes 7800 of tobacco plaants to fill just one hectare and every blessed plant is tended by him and he plants millions of tobacco plants, then you know how many partners will be involved as seen at mark 16:34. Every single leaf is to be picked and sorted by him and there is no substitute for the care. At mark 16:56, there is a special building developed by the tobacco farmer, 20 feet large 20 feet high and is filled with tobacco leaves. At mark 18:05, the tobacco leaves are seen with the color of a rich gold which in turns brings in lots of money for them. At mark 18:50, the folks are lading the leaves up. At mark 19:00, here you’ll see them going to carnivals and fairs for relaxation. At mark 20:00, there is a dance band. At mark 20:50, there are painters of the chesterfield paving new market business from the tobacco. We have paintings, drawings, magazines. Day after day the amount each farmers makes on the cigarette is worthwhile as seen at mark 22:20. The US also profits from this eventually. At mark here we see cartons of tobacco cigarettes been loaded up in cargoes, in planes and all before getting to the retailers and the consumers. They have retail partners which includes lots of travels and transportations. At mark 24:05, a letter was sent,to the I.P.W.A.A store owner who told him about the US commercials. So you can go to any retail outlet for your cigarette.
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